Spring Arbor of Apex - Apex, NC

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  • Minimum Age of Accepted Residents
  • Activities Onsite
  • Devotional Services Available
  • Indoor Common Areas
  • Meals Provided
  • Complimentary Transportation
  • Pets Allowed
  • No Smoking Allowed in Private Areas Indoors
  • No Smoking Allowed in Public Areas Indoors
  • Hospice Available

Customer Reviews

I liked the separate "cottages" for the dementia/Alzheimers residents. Many residents were out of their rooms, not just sitting in room.Facility was very clean with no odor. Staff very friendly & smiling

Very clean. Residents seemed happy and engaged.
No odors detected anywhere. Only concern was the caregiver/patient ratio of 1/16.

Good Experience Overall

Unfortunately we did have to move mother to another community. Due to her needing more care. However our experiences in this community were nice. The staff was kind, and helpful. We have nothing, but good things to say about this community. I would recommend this community.

I highly recommend this community!!!

The director we met with was fantastic. I spoke to numerous residents along our tour and each of them said how much they love it here. It is an older community and was not quite as bright and cheery of an environment as the community we chose. I think mom would have liked it because she is very social and everyone there was very pleasant both staff and residents. They had lots of activities and good pricing. If this community was maybe a little closer to our home we would have chosen it. I felt that this was a warm and caring place for a loved one.

Just a bad vibe

I toured this facility in search of a new home for my mother. It is in a nice, safe residential neighborhood and is very convenient to shopping, hospitals, and medical offices. It's appealing from the entrance. I walked in and saw several residents waiting as if they were going somewhere. They really didn't seem jovial. There wasn't anyone to greet me initially which made me question the organizational skills of the staff. Finally I was greeted by a very friendly person that I think was the director. She asked me some basic questions about my mother's needs and then we went on a tour. The facility was very clean and didn't smell. The decor was a little outdated. It was nice knowing that they provide furniture (or you can bring your own). I saw a couple of different rooms and they were spacious and in good shape. Some had a great view. The number of daily activities seemed less than other facilities I visited but the menu looked good. There are a couple of places for residents to socialize but didn't see that happening. The prices seemed very reasonable but I felt that the ?director didn't know all of the aspects of what type of care the facility offered (regarding medication management). What made me turn away is that this director couldn't keep my name straight via email, and rather than showing interest in getting to know my mother, she (on multiple occasions) focused on getting the community fee. She seemed to be all about the money, not my mom. Just got a bad vibe from her which set the tone for what probably is a great facility.

Looks nice

It's more expensive than where he is now but my daughter said if we can get all the kids together we may be able to make it happen. It looks lovely and my daughter says it's beautiful, but beautiful things don't necessarily mean people get good care. You want them to care for your loved one like you would but you can really guarantee anything.